Payday Loans near Me: How to Search for Payday Loans

Payday Loans near Me: How to Search for Payday Loans
 
Published: 03/03/2017 and written by Robert Rosen

Applying for a payday loan can be the simplest, most convenient way of getting short term credit to see you through a financial emergency. When searching for a suitable lender who can cater to your […]

Same Day Payday Loan: What Is It and How to Apply

Same Day Payday Loan: What Is It and How to Apply
 
Published: 23/02/2017 and written by Patrick Smith

Sometimes a financial emergency is simply unavoidable. No matter how hard you try and stay on top of your finances an unexpected bill or car repair can throw your plans off course. Taking out a […]

Payday Loans London: What Are They and How Can You Apply

Payday loans London: what are they and how can you apply
 
Published: 17/02/2017 and written by Patrick Smith

Regardless of which area you live in, anyone can be faced with a financial emergency. Sometimes, no matter how hard we try, an unexpected household bill, car repair or medical bill will arise – a payday loan can […]

No Fee Payday Loans: What Are They and How Can You Apply

No fee payday loans
 
Published: 16/02/2017 and written by Patrick Smith

If you find yourself faced with a financial emergency which simply cannot wait until payday, you may choose to take out a payday loan to help you get by. Payday loans can be used to cover an unexpected […]

Sale of Student Loan Debt

Sale of student loans
 
Published: 16/01/2017 and written by Robert Rosen

The government has proposed plans to privatise student loan debt. Loans taken out prior to the 2012 tuition fee hike are set to be sold off early this year. The £12billion debt covers students with […]

Maximum Wage Cap Proposed by Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn proposes a maximum wage cap
 
Published: 12/01/2017 and written by Toni Hart

Jeremy Corbyn has proposed a maximum wage cap to resolve the wage inequality in the UK. The Labour leader says he fears Brexit will lead to the UK becoming a “grossly unequal, bargain basement economy”. […]

Financial Worries For 11 Million Brits

Financial worries for 11 million Brits
 
Published: 06/01/2017 and written by Natasha Krovak

More than 11 million Brits have financial worries, according to a report from investment company, MoneyFarm. The research found that 40% of people worry that advisers are acting dishonestly, while 11 million people seek financial […]

Payday Loans for Plumbers

payday loans for plumbers
 
Published: 05/01/2017 and written by Emily Rose

Learning a trade is said to be the easiest way to guarantee a steady flow of work throughout your lifetime. Over the last few years, several news reports have suggested the number of people learning to […]

Payday Loans for Nurses

Payday loans for nurses
 
Published: 03/01/2017 and written by Toni Hart

Nursing has been a well respected profession for many years. From Florence Nightingale to the nurses of World War Two, these people have played a key part in history, and continue to do so today. […]

Government Help to Buy Scheme Ends

Help to Buy scheme ends
 
Published: 03/01/2017 and written by Emily Rose

The government Help to Buy Scheme came to an end on New Year’s Eve. The scheme was first launched in 2013 as part of an initiative to help both first time buyers and people wishing […]